Well, I installed the 4-in-1 chipset drivers and the bios upgrades from Biostar and still no go. It does the exact same thing: if the internal cache is on, it just gives me a blank screen with a horizontal bar at the bottom. If its off, it loads xp at a ridiculously slow rate. I guess the next...
I successfully loaded XP the other day, but unfortunately it took me about 12 hrs. Literally. I figured out through trial and error, that if I didn't turn off the internal cache from cmos, the computer would give me all these different stop errors when I tried to boot the xp setup cd. So I...
I'm running Windows XP and IE 6.0. I would like to be able to read newsgroups through outlook express, but whenever I set it up, it tells me I need a NNTP server and that my isp should provide it. I use msn so should they provide one? Any help you can give will be most appreciated :)
well, I bought a brand spankin new stick of memory and no go. i'm starting to get a little irritated. here's the deal: whenever i load xp, it checks my hardware, precedes to load some preliminary files, then stops with this message:
File \i386\ntkrnlmp.exe could not be loaded.
Do you have the cd's with the products that contain drivers? If not, try add new hardware device and see if it recognizes them- the drivers might be provided. Or just check the creative web site for drivers.
I have recently finished building my new computer. I ordered most of the parts offline and assembled them myself. Here are the important specifications:
AMD Athlon 1.4 Ghz
Biostar M7VIB KT266 DDR
256 MB DDR
Western Digital 40 GB
ATI Radeon 32 MB dual-display
I just bought XP and am...